Revenue to clamp down on single-employee firms

The Revenue Commissioners are clamping down on travel and subsistence claims by certain single employee companies.

1st June, 2013

The Revenue Commissioners are clamping down on travel and subsistence claims by certain single employee companies. The tax authority have just begun issuing letters to taxpayers in this category, *The Sunday Business Post* has learned..

The probe relates mainly to companies with one employee, where that employee's main source of income is from work carried out for a larger company.

Tax sources indicated that a lot of the cases involved were in the IT sector,...

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